Lee Stafford Arganoil from Morocco Moisture Injection Dry Conditioner - Rebecca Barnes
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Lee Stafford Arganoil from Morocco Moisture Injection Dry Conditioner

Lee Stafford Arganoil from Morocco Moisture Injection Dry Conditioner

Dry conditioner is not actually new to the haircare market, but how many of you have actually tried it? However, it’s possible that you may have in its other guise – spray-on (or leave–in) conditioner.

I do love a dry shampoo but I don’t actually own a ‘dry conditioner.’ The sexy new Lee Stafford Arganoil Moisture Injection Dry Conditioner (£8.99) is rocking argan oil from Morocco. With my interest piqued more than a little, I simply had to try it.

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As I’m sure you know, argan oil is wondrously nourishing for hair that’s dry, damaged or lacklustre, and pro-argan complex is the key ingredient in this product. It promises to illuminate, refresh and revitalise.

Unlike dry shampoo, the formula is not white and snow-like but a clear mist – spray onto mid-lengths and ends of dry hair and brush through. You can also use it as a conditioner for very fine hair, or as a top-up conditioner for thick, thirsty hair.

I like the way it’s weightless and quick and easy to use – no fuss is always good in my book! After use my locks felt softer, flyaway-free and more controlled, although I didn’t notice any increased shine – although maybe darker hair would benefit from this more than blonde.

And as with all Lee Stafford products, it smells pretty good, too.

Lee Stafford Arganoil Moisture Injection Dry Conditioner is available exclusively from Boots stores nationwide and www.boots.com.

*PR sample

 

Rebecca Barnes
rebeccabjourno@gmail.com
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